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Jun 29 2019
On Saturday, President Trump said the U.S. will not impose new tariffs on China as trade talks resume between them. This will remove some curbs on Huawei Technologies Co. buying high-tech equipment from the U.S.Washington Times Wall Street Journal (News) Washington Post
Jun 10 2019
President Donald Trump defended his administration’s deal with Mexico against criticism that there were no major new commitments to stem a flow of Central American migrants crossing into the United States, and said on Sunday more details would soon be released.
Key aspects of the agreement are still unclear, including whether Mexico has pledged to buy more U.S. agricultural products andReuters
Aug 29 2019
The Dow Jones Industrial Average gained more than 1% on Thursday and is on pace for its best week since June. After an uncertain week of retaliatory tariff exchanges between the United States and China, Chinese officials indicated an intention to continue negotiations.MarketWatch NBC News (Online) Reuters
Mar 03 2018
This week White House communications director Hope Hicks announced her departure, Jared Kushner has come under fire in the media, and the president has faced some controversy over new tariffs and gun control.Vox The Hill Washington Examiner
May 31 2019
Mexico's president has insisted his government will not be provoked, after President Donald Trump announced escalating tariffs on all goods unless Mexico curbed illegal migration.
Andrés Manuel López Obrador described Mr Trump's slogan "America First" as a fallacy and said universal justice was more important than borders.
Stock markets saw sharp losses following Mr Trump'sBBC News
May 23 2019
“The Trump administration [last] Thursday officially added China’s Huawei Technologies Co Ltd to a trade blacklist, immediately enacting restrictions that will make it extremely difficult for the telecom giant to do business with U.S. companies.” (Reuters)
The left thinks there are real concerns regarding Huawei, but is divided on whether this hardball strategy makes sense.
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May 22 2019
The Trump administration is considering limits to a Chinese video surveillance giant’s ability to buy American technology, people familiar with the matter said, the latest attempt to counter Beijing’s global economic ambitions.
The move would effectively place the company, Hikvision, on a United States blacklist. It also would mark the first time the Trump administration punished aNew York Times (News)
May 14 2019
Investors are dealing with a painful new reality: The trade war between the United States and China could last indefinitely.
That anxiety spread across the stock markets on Monday, as investors around the world tried to divine the potential fallout to economic growth and corporate profits. Bonds and commodities, too, flashed warnings of a slowdown.
The stock losses have broughtNew York Times (News)
Oct 26 2018
The economy grew 3.5% from July to September, a strong rate that was driven by consumer and government spending. Trade and business spending slowed significantly amid President Trump's increased tariffs, a factor that some experts say will hinder economic expansion in the long-term.Bloomberg Fox News (Online News) MSNBC
Nov 05 2019
Steady consumer spending and strength in the labor market keep supporting U.S. stocks despite fears of a recession.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average climbed Monday to its first record since mid-July, the latest example of investors’ faith in the domestic economy powering U.S. stocks to fresh highs.
Buoyed by optimism about a U.S.-China trade accord and last week’s upbeat figuresWall Street Journal (News)